Indian-born mechanical engineer Subhashini has been the backbone of NASA's project Artemis. Associated with the Space Launch System for the past two years. Subhashini’s role involves overseeing any support that NASA needs once the core stage is built and handed over to NASA. The Coimbatore-born scientist said “We are getting ready to take humans back to the moon and beyond, to Mars".
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NASA is preparing to send the first woman and a non-white person to the Moon. Reportedly, the move is to send manned mission under its diversified international spaceflight program, Artemis. Supported by the Biden-Harris government, Artemis program has chosen 18 astronauts, including nine women and non-whites, for the mission that will probably land on the Moon in 2024. The program aims to serve as a learning opportunity for future missions… read-more
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Three Andhra Pradesh youngsters have bagged third prize in NASA's Lunar Delivery Challenge, a programme to deliver supplies to the Moon ahead of Artemis mission. While living at different places, the trio of AA-Star team designed a Lunar Transporter and Gantry (L-TAG) which also earned them $2000 prize money. The team comprised of Australia-based IT professional Narayana Murthy Pappala, electro-mechanical engineer Amareswar Chunduru and… read-more
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